ANPA Georgia is the main association of Nigerian healthcare providers in Georgia. We serve as the primary network of Nigerian healthcare providers in Georgia. We are part of national group, THE ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN PHYSICIANS IN THE AMERICAS (ANPA) which includes over 4000 physicians. Our goal locally is to foster personal & professional growth of our members, and encourage the development of practical solutions to Nigerian healthcare problems. We are also an organization based on volunteerism and community outreach. Our national motto is “a healthier Nigeria for a healthier World”
Our members includes physicians, dentists, podiatrists, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants, medical students, & healthcare business owners. We provide a complete list of Nigerian doctors & healthcare providers in Georgia.
Dr. Uche Aguwa is an Emergency Medicine physician who completed her residency at SouthPointe Hospital, Cleveland Clinic Health Systems and currently works for The Southeast Permanente Medical Group, TSPMG.
Since her transplant to Georgia from the state of Ohio, Dr. Aguwa has been an active member of ANPA. Prior to her current position as the Chairperson, she served as the Georgia Chapter Treasurer for a few years.
In addition to the many Georgia Chapter activities Dr. Aguwa has engineered, she has participated in several National ANPA medical missions to Nigeria and served as the co-leader for the medical branch of the medical mission during a couple of these missions. Also, she continues to participate in other projects at the ANPA National level in coordination with other Chapter personnel.
Proudly programmed and downloaded in Nigeria, Dr. Aguwa enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She loves sports, arts, theater, music, and is a consumption of spicy delicacies. One trivia about Dr. Aguwa is that she is the only member of her family that does not eat escargot and has yet to figure out the reason.
One of Dr. Aguwa’s many passions is mentorship, which is evident in her launching of the Chapter Premed Mentorship program. Some of the roles of participating ANPA GA members in this Mentorship program, include counseling students, providing clinical shadowing experiences and letters of recommendations when appropriate. Members have also presented at Atlanta area schools on Career Day.
Dr. Aguwa strongly believes that ***together, we can continue to achieve greater things***
Dr. Wasiu Adisa attended Rutgers University where he earned both his Bachelor and Master Degrees in Biological Sciences. He earned his medical degree from Rowan University-School of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his IM/EM residency training at Kennedy Hospitals System (now Jefferson University Hospital). He is board-certified in Emergency Medicine. After completing his residency, he moved to Georgia to work at Piedmont Fayette Hospital, south of Atlanta GA. He is an active ANPA member and currently the treasurer for ANPA Georgia. In addition, he is a volunteer staff physician providing primary care services at the Place of Hope Clinic in Lake City, Georgia
Obiamaka Mora MD FACOG is a minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon in private practice and partner in her practice Avant Gynecology. She completed a combined BS/MD program with Northeast Ohio Medical University. She completed an Advanced Pelvic Surgery fellowship in Atlanta Georgia. Dr Mora has expertise in minimally invasive surgery and robotic surgery techniques. She has interests in pelvic reconstructive surgery, fibroid management, and endometriosis management. She works at Piedmont Atlanta and Northside Atlanta hospitals. Dr Mora has had the honor of being selected as an Top Doctor in Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine.
Dr Ikwo Oboho completed her medical school training at Vanderbilt University (2007), internal medicine residency at Duke University (2010) and adult infectious disease fellowship at Johns Hopkins University (2013). She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Adult Infectious Diseases. In addition, she completed training in applied public health as an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officer in the Influenza Division at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia in 2015. Since 2015, she has served as a medical epidemiologist in the Adult HIV Care and Treatment Branch at CDC’s Division of Global HIV and TB (DGHT) supporting efforts to scale up HIV care and treatment programs through the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and improve the management of advanced HIV disease. Furthermore, she works part-time at Emory Decatur Hospital on the Infectious Disease consult service. In addition, she is a volunteer staff physician providing HIV clinical and primary care at the Veterans Administration Hospital, in Atlanta, Georgia.